The BAC Estimator
Have ever wondered what your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) might be after having those couple of drinks? This is different than your breath alcohol (BrAC) but everyone in the DUI arena incorrectly says BAC to refer to both BAC and BrAC. So will will play along and use the popular term BAC.
Generally a man absorbs .02 and a woman .03 per every standard drink. These are averages, which may or may not apply to you and are influenced by stomach contents like food, other liquids, and rate of drinking as well. Elimination rates vary as well but generally an average used in the scientific community is .015 per hour.
The Blood Alcohol Estimator below will give you an idea of what your BAC was in a given circumstance. You'll need to know your weight and how much you drank in fluid ounces (this estimator does not take into account the number of hours drinks were consumed or the percentage of alcohol in your drink:
Ultimately, and obviously, if you've had something to drink, err on the side of caution.
This information is designed only to provide general legal information about the criminal process. This information is not legal advice addressing a client's specific legal concerns. We need to speak with you to provide that. Please call us or a reputable DUI criminal defense attorney. We offer a free consultation at 206-971-0067.